Intermediate classes and faction-led clientelistic politics govern the policymaking, with the donors being the sources of knowledge and imposition. The struggles between different classes in resource accumulation and the vital role played by the intermediate classes have shaped the type of accumulation and nature of reforms of economy. While “good governance” reforms are dictated or favoured without looking into simple correlation rather than cause and effect, it is worthy to examine methodological shortcomings of the commonly used indicators. It is essential to understand to institutions and capabilities required for growth-enhancing approach to governance. Therefore, the UO continues to examine the processes of decision-making and implementation of decisions and analyses nature and characters of formal and informal actors and structures in arriving at decisions and implementation of decisions.
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